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Music at The Minster 12.30pm Harriet Mountford – soprano & Ben Horden – piano & [email protected] A Lover’s Journey. A panel of Horticultural experts from Bicton College are on hand to answer any questions you may have on gardening topics. Solstice is an exciting new collaboration between some of the foremost bandleaders and composers emerging from the thriving east London music scene. Nine Pound Catfish – Ragtime Blues, Hokum and Old Country Music 11pm – 1pm. West Dorset Group of the SDFHS Loders Village Hall, 2pm. Colyton & Colyford Probus Club meets at the Swallows Eaves Hotel, Colyford at 10am for coffee after which Brian Porch gives a talk ‘Winston Churchill – His Finest Hour’. Hilfield Monthly Lunch Club for older adults between 12noon – 2.30pm. Luke Dady and Anna Wreyford from the Bankes Archive, Dorset History Centre. Sidholme Reception 01395 515104 or via Friends website. Wyld Morris will be dancing in Beer, near the sea, at 7.30pmish. The Beehive, Dowell Street, Honiton EX14 1LZ Box office 01404 384050.
Thursday 1 June Axminster Country Market Thursdays 8.30am-12noon, Masonic Hall, South St. The David Hall, Roundwell Street, South Petherton, Somerset, TA13 5AA. A Gardener’s Question Time in The Offwell Village Hall. Jazz Café- Solstice 8pm Bridport Arts Centre 01305 424204 Hone your bird ID with an experienced volunteer guide who will help you identify the birds at the wetlands. No booking required, free, Island Hide at Seaton Wetlands, Colyford Road, EX12 2SP uk, 01395 517557, [email protected] Playing popular songs from the 40’s – 70’s using song sheets with chords. For further information contact Geoff Kerr on 01308 867221. The Bankes Collection in the 20th Century United Church Hall, Bridport History Society, 2.30pm. Everyone welcome to come along and perform or listen at The Beehive bar.
Merriott Gardening Club A talk with slides by Neil Lovesey of Picket Lane Nursery, South Perrott, on the history/future of the cottage garden. Donations towards the upkeep of the listed Minster church. Tatworth Flower Club Floral Demonstration Titled “In Touch With Nature”. Sidford Canasta Group meets at Sidford Methodist Church, EX10 9RL every Friday at 7.30pm.; free parking is available behind Spar. The event is organised by the Offwell Playground Team with the money raised going towards the new Children’s playground in Offwell. Concerts in the West presents Alasdair Beatson At 8pm. Dowland Works, with Dame Emma Kirkby – The Consent of Speaking Harmony Corn Exchange, High East Street, DT1 1HF, 8pm, £14/£12, Box office: 01305 266926, Kilmington Garden Club Bees in your Garden by Peter Ball. Saturday 10 June Bincombe Fayre, Crewkerne 11am – 3pm showcasing the natural assets of Crewkerne and includes rural and craft activities for all the family. Martock Farmers Market 10am – 1pm in the shopping precinct, North Street. Sat 10 – Sun 11 June Piddlehinton Open Gardens 11am – 5pm £5 for two days, free parking. Contact Jane for more info on 01308 425710 or email: [email protected] There will be time for a coffee in Sherborne and a light lunch at the castle. The sounds of voices singing music from the past in wonderful harmony.